Hey guys. Background: Considering a 357Sig conversion (and even a 9mm conversion) for my G27 Gen4. Not that I am disliking the .40, but I don't see myself being able to get fast and reasonably-accurate follow-up shots in the foreseeable future. Maybe with a ton of practice, perhaps. But that ton of practice comes with a price tag. I've never tried the 357Sig. Looks like many consider it a great round. My post is solely to address the muzzle flip / speed of acquiring sight picture again / follow-up shot proficiency when comparing the .40 and 357Sig. And for completeness purposes, we'll throw in the 9mm in there as well. Of course, an individual's observation and "opinion" about felt recoil will vary, widely in some cases. However, for those who have experience with both (or all three) calibers, I'm sure a reasonable opinion can be made. I was just wondering if there is a consensus that you can get faster follow-up shots with a 357Sig than the .40. Thanks in advance!